After a summer break we are now starting planning our latest production for 2019.
Yesterday evening we started with a blank sheet of paper and listed down the things we'd like to achieve and things we didn't want to do again as a starting point, things like, Multiple locations rather than single locaiton, less dialgoue, etc. This drove various discussions and always we tend to go off topic.
By the end of the evening our blank sheet was less blank. We now have the rough outline of our story. Time will tell as to whether our initial ideas end up being the production we choose to do, but feel confident we have the spark we needed.
We will be aiming to use improvisation sessions again to help formulate some ideas and script, so if you in years 6, 7,8 or 9 and want to get involved in an improvisation session, please get in touch.
On Sunday April 15th Darren Lalonde and Lindsay Townley producers of Significant Witness travelled to Harrogate in Yorkshire for the British International Amateur Film Festival (BIAFF) to receive a 5 Star Award and Best Affiliate Club Award on behalf of the Club.
The film was shown to a packed house along with other award winning films. Comments were all positive and it was nice to see our work held its own in amongst the other films.
A great festival and a superb location.
For more information on the festival visit www.biaff.org.uk
Our film Significant Witness premiered at Cineworld St Neots to a near full house on Sunday 25th March. Thank you to our sponsors Goldstraw Concept Goldsmiths for their support and thanks to a wonderful cast and crew that helped make the film.
We won best club at the British International Amateur Film Festival(BIAFF) and also a 5 star award, with the two main members Leah Nicholson and Jim Henson just missing out on a best Acting Award.
For those that missed the premiere, it can be viewed online
along with the making of video
It's finally here the Significant Witness Trailer. Expertly edited by Claudia Townley
Over the last few months a massive amount of effort has gone in to turning 6 whole days of filming into a 30 minute drama and now the end is in sight of having a completed production. We’re just putting the last few pieces of the jigsaw in place (music, sound balancing and colouring) and then it’ll be ready. No pressure as our competition deadline is looming rapidly.
We’ve also been working on sorting out details for the premiere and finishing the Making of Video too. The Premiere is looking like early March.